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Markets have been advancing rapidly since the start of the year as the...

Markets have been advancing rapidly since the start of the year as the DJIA, S&P 500, and NASDAQ Composite all logged substantial year-to-date (YTD) gains. It has been nothing but positive for all major indices with the DJIA up 956.59 points or 2.89%, S&P 500 up 295.07 points or 7.72%, and NASDAQ Composite up 1,429.33 points or 13.76%. Is this the return of the 'BULL-Market' that we saw steadily gaining traction throughout 2021 which started to retract in the first quarter of 2022 or will we go back to the back and forth of the first three quarters 2022 with losses and gains followed by losses and than substantial gain in the fourth quarter of 2022 and first month of 2023. Well we have to wait and see for at least another couple of days, months or even years as we are facing economic conditions that can and may change at any moment. Yes, we are in still in a 'CORRECTION' for both the S&P 500 and NASDAQ Composite since this time last year and yes the carpet can be taken completely out of the bottom of this at any moment with the current economic and geo-political events occuring at present time, but it could keep on the up as well. Will the 'BULL-Market' come back for remainder of 2023 and into and throughout 2024? Like was the case in 2020 there was a 'CORRECTION' in 2022 and eventual 'BEAR-Market' conditions through the first three quarters with a rebound from lows in the fourth quarter. Let's look back at where we bottomed out in all of this at at the start of the global pandemic.

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